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Spring 2017 Newsletter
It’s officially spring, not that we had a very hard winter, in fact we had winter in just one day! The snow is going away and is making way for warmer weather. With better weather comes longer, warmer days, allowing us to get back outside and be more active. Your feet may start to protest when you start moving around more. Read our Spring 2017 newsletter to get some tips and tricks for caring for your feet during your active spring and summer months.
Winter 2016 Newsletter
We’ve had a very mild fall that it’s hard to believe someday soon we will have snow! With snow and cold weather means winter boots and warm socks; this doesn’t mean that you should forget about your foot care needs for the winter months – Check out our winter 2016 newsletter for more tips.
Fall 2016 Newsletter
As the leaves begin to fall, coolers days lay ahead! Time to put the socks and shoes back on and head out for some brisk fall morning walks. Check out our fall 2016 newsletter to learn about Plantar Fasciitis. We’ll teach you all about its causes and how to prevent it this season.
Summer 2016 Newsletter
Summer is here! With the prediction of having a very hot summer, that means more time wearing sandals, spending days at the beach with your toes in the sand. While it is ok to wear sandals and flip flops, they shouldn’t be your go to choice if you will be spending a day walking around. Learn more by perusing our summer 2016 newsletter.
Spring 2016 Newsletter
With spring just around the corner, it’s important to take care of your feet. With longer days full of sunshine, it’s tempting to spend as much time as possible outdoors, but that can be damaging to your feet. Spring is a great time to treat your toes to a little TLC. Find more information by downloading our spring 2016 newsletter today!
Winter 2015 Newsletter
Just because your feet are covered by boots and sturdy shoes in winter doesn’t mean they are immune from ailments. Some winter feet issues include dryness and itchiness. Find out how to prevent and treat these cold-weather irritations – check out our latest newsletter on winter foot care.